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make sure every elementary, every public school complies with williams versus state of california law which my son and i started and was signed into law by arnold schwarzenegger in 2004. and even today, even that law is not complied with by the principals, teachers, staff and the schools of california. so it's so sad for me that i've worked this hard without sounding the alarm, blowing the trumpet or anything, that i was the author of this law. but now it's still violated in the schools of california. so my point is this. we need to bring god back into the equation. we need to bring god back into the equation. with god, we can do everything. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. (applause). >> mark lynch. >> thanks so much for having this get-together. i've seen a lot of people that are able to talk to each other and have calm discussions but i'm a leader of a construction trade union in san mateo county and i know what's on my members and this is not the kind of discussion we could have because of in college in a debate class, things like red herrings and slippery slopes and w
. under the president's health care law. if a small business has 49 employees, they don't pay any penalty. if they have 50 or more they are going to pay a penalty if they don't provide -- >> for your sacrifices you made for our country. i am so grateful that you are here today for this important hearing. i'm also incredibly grateful that many of you came this morning and participated in listening to the first two panels. that means a great deal, not just to our witnesses but also to their families and to all of our military families. we appreciate it very, very much. i know that this has become a very debated issue, both within the military and in everyday conversation. i also know that many of you have seen the film "the invisible war" as sort of a jumping off point on how important this issue is for our military and their families. i'm very, very eager to hear your testimony and each of you will have five minutes to give an oral statement and we can submit for the record any additional material you want to submit today and after your testimony. we're going to hear from robert taylor, th
to the classical and timeless ideas in our constitution. it's time for us to revive reagan's law for liberty to expand, government must shrink. we must have a message that is broad, our vision must be broad and that must be based on freedom. cenk: oh smaller government and freedom, i didn't see that coming. was there a single speech that did not mention ronald reagan? >> i would be hard-pressed to find one. that one reminded me of the old joe biden riff about giuliani where he said subject verb, 9/11, you're trying to build this event and the speech really as moving forward. their slogan had something about america's future, and you're doing nothing but hearkening back to the old idealogy of the conservative party and movement and talking about ronald reagan every other sentence. that's not very forward-looking. none of the speeches talked about the very real, pressing challenges we had medical reform with health care costs driving the economy into bad places and the fact that the voting public is going to look vastly different than the cpac attendees do. cenk: that's a great point. let's sh
rights division, and under his division, challenged voting laws and opponents say it restricts minority voting. that's not all, learning a new report released by the department inspector general, the lawsuit against the new black panther party back in 2008. joining me now to explore more on this possible pick. is syndicated columnist, michelle malkin. welcome back. >> thanks for having me on, sean. >> sean: and the radical people keep getting through and i would expect him to take his ideological comrades. >> this is completely expected of course and i think the ball is now in the court of the republican party to expose just how radical this assistant attorney general is and i've reported extensively on tom perez's history as an extremist, race-baiter, and i think most troubling from my perspective, his long-time advocacy, not of american workers, but of illegal alien workers. this is somebody who cut his teeth at casa de maryland which is one of the most activist open border groups in the country. it's funded by government. millions of dollars from the state of maryland and local gover
in mississippi where the governor is now expected to sign a bill that would plea vent laws forcing -- that would prevent laws forcing restaurants to calorie count. it is called the anti-bloomburg bill. for more let's go to this dog. >> it is like cannibalism or doggism. it is an ism of some kind. mr. president, the president of "red eye." you know that makes you one of the top 20 presidents. you are above estonia. >> i need to do a state of the show speech. i never have done an inaugural address. >> are you doing that the next time you are on, my friend. that is going to be fantastic. we will get beyonce to play. why are cheese-itz okay, but soda isn't? does he not want us to have the stuff he likes? >> i am delighted the judge struck down the large soda ban. it really does go to the heart of what i think is wrong with the country's direction. i hate to maying sugar resoda sound like the future of the country, but this is what obamacare will mean. ultimately the government pays for everything. we don't want to pay for your miss deeds. if you smoke or eat too much, the government can say, you can
youramily... and launch your dreams. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. >> the most important thing we can do is to make sure we control our own energy. so here's what i have done since i have been president, we have increased oil production to the highest levels in 16 years. natural gas production is the highest it's been in decades. stuart: that was the presidential debates. the president taking credit for america's energy boon. in fact, he has stood in the way of that boom, and it's not me that's saying this. it is the congressional research office. their latest report says, quote, direct quote, all the increase in oil and natural gas production from 2007 to 2012 took place on non-federal land. we do indeed have an energy boom, but it is not the result of the administration's policy on the federal land they control. it is the result of private enterprise, getting the oil and gas out of private property. the president slowed down the permitting process on federal land. he restricted offshore drilling. he got in the way of the energy boom. yet in the debate he took the credit
about what the second amendment is and what it is is not. so did ted cruz not go to law school? has he ever been to law school? >> i believe he went to harvard law school. do they teach law there? >> did they teach ted cruz to read what the supreme court said, especially in the landmark, the landmark decision regarding second amendment rights over 200 years was written in 2008. i'm just wondering why would he use his seat on the judiciary committee if he went to harvard to -- to -- to put forward a willfully ignorant statement about this bill violating the second amendment, because it does not. and ted cruz knows it does not. so who is he playing for? is he playing for -- for -- for people who can't read, for illiterates? i don't understand. you know, a lot of people out there that support ted cruz's position that will say, this is not a violation of the second amendment, however, i have real concerns because you take this first step, the next thing you know they are trying to overturn heller and try to get my shotguns and try to get my hundreding rifles. i don't mean to go on and on h
of presentation constitutes rape under a ohio law. we will have a live report ahead the 8:00 eastern. >>> lawmakers in north dakota approved what could be some of the most restrictive abortion bills in the nation if signed into law. the only exception is if the pregnancy endangered the mother's life, and no exception for rape or insist. and then the debate about a gender defect. >> is it right to destroy life because of the perception a person may not meet somebody else's standards of being acceptable to live? >> i cannot think of anything more cruel than for the state to require that first pregnancy to be carried to term and watch my grandchild die on the delivery table. >> the aclu is calling on the republican governor to veto that bill. >>> and it will be a first meeting since francis was elected. right now he is speaking with the immediate withdraw in vatican city. he is expected to layout his global vision for the church and answer questions. taking a look at the picture there, he is also expected to be asked a few questions about argentina and the days years and years ago when
the laws in this country to erode, a menace to have taken place in the (inaudible) congress have taken authority away from organizations like the cdc to do studies, taken away the authority of the atf to do its job to go after the bad gun dealers, only 1 percent of them, but they are responsible for 57 percent of the crime guns in this country, so much that has to be done. now last saturday we had a gun buy back in san mateo county. with we today is captain sam gallagher. if you want to talk to him about the success of that buy back, i'm sure he will be happy to accommodate. it opened at 10 am, there were people lining up at 8 am. they waited in line from 10 am to 3pm to turn in their guns. there were more than 680 guns turned over, 338 handguns, 371 long guns, 24 assault weapons. one of the assault weapons that was turned over was called a street sweeper. i saw a street sweeper in action today. it is devastating what that instrumentality can do. it mows down people. that was collected in a county that has the second lowest crime rate in the state. so i, for one, think there is
. the federal government with some of the changes in the new health care law is doing it and has succeeded in forcing it. i don't think it a huge leap that everyone seems to think, going after folks bank accounts there are a lot of more routes you can go to so wallop people through all sorts of means. >> andyprus there is an interesting debate with this plan going on, is it a basically a complication -- com come com n diego or a tax, governmenting take money from people who make things, government is taker people are makers, nobody will dispute that but whenanguage they use to describe when they take from makers. you know, there are the taxes on assets, tax that are on insurance companies that are getting passed to consumer and you know maybe down the line there will be questionable taxes on savings accounts. you never know what the united states will do. neil: all i know, they are a heck of a lot more ways to be create testify get money than spending, very good points thank you, mike rigs in washington. >> to mike a point, the problem with small nation going after its citizens bank deposi
maintains that marriage is between a man and a woman 17 years ago, he signed that into law. he now opposes the defense of marriage act and thinks that gays should be allowed to get married just as any other american should be allowed to get married. so there's a generational gap, if you will. and i think that politically speaking, a lot of republicans are beginning to say to themselves, you know what, since their stance opposing gay marriage is not necessarily popular with younger americans, they've got to see the handwriting on the wall, if you will. but it's significant, very significant with senator portman. he does this on the eve of the oral arguments that will be made before the u.s. supreme court on the defense of marriage act on gay marriage. that we expect a decision by the nine justices before the end of june. look, these justices, while they try to just look at the law, they're also impacted by public opinion, i think it's fair to say. so his decision to express the support for gay marriage i think is significant. >> and we're within two weeks of those oral arguments, too. wolf,
to north charleston ten years ago, charity seized the chance to pursue her dream to be in law enforcement. >> here is really important, it's important to me. her career almost defined her. i liked that about her. >> charity made todd promise this move was their last. >> i love north charleston. i love the department i work for. i love the area and this is home. >> where is he at? >> on the corner. >> jamel is charity's partner and just as driven to catch criminals. you're an aggressive cop. >> i'm an aggressive narcotics detective and my passion, i chase drug dealers. >> but jamel, a navy veteran, is also a father of four. he is raising 14-year-old jamarney, who lives with him. >> she gets up in the middle of the night and she sees me not in my room and she'll pick up the phone and call me. hey, daddy, where are you at? i'm in my office. >> for both, family often takes a backseat in their relentless pursuit of drug dealers. the epicenter of the drug trade is this nondescript intersection simply known as the four-way in a neighborhood called charleston farms. ♪ so feign imus, local rappe
into law. one bill bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected which is normally about six weeks. the only exception is life of the mother, no exception for rape or incest. another controversial bill bans abortion on the basis of gender or genetic defect. >> is it right to destroy life because of the perception that a person may not meet someone else's standards as being acceptable to live? >> i cannot think of anything more cruel than for the state to require that first pregnancy to be carried to term and watch my grandchild die on the delivery table. >> the aclu is call on the governor to veto that bill. >>> pope francis told reporters gathered at the vatican this morning he wants the catholic church to be poor. the new pope spoke to the media for the first time since his election wednesday and explained why he picked the named francis saying it reflects a concern for the poor. he says the name keeps the spirit of st. francis of assisi alive, calling him "a poor man, a simple man, as we would like a poor church for the poor." >>> politics now today is the last day of the cpac,
in the long run it will not achieve what it promises. however, it is now the law of the land. so the positionings working. 69% of new jersey voters say he's handling it right. isn't this proof for your party it's time to abandon the obama care boogieman? >> first of all, i have a great respect for chris choreograph. paul ryan has to represent the views of all of the republicans in the congress. again, especially from new york, i think that once you get at a table and the negotiation is going on, you take it from there. some interesting video we saw this week in the boxing ring. you landed some pretty good shots. here you are. you did land some pretty good shots. here we go, we're getting in the ring. and this is good. this is good. i'm impressed. you don't have any bruises in this. when you got in there, who are you imagining punching that you deal with every day? >>. >> i would say maybe the reporters. i'll leave it at that. >> there was a few people i had in mind. but i was trying to stay alive. >> thank you, erin. appreciate it. >> still out front, lance armstrong says he is j
to a customer in the bank and violate the law and can't be punished for it. you get to big to jail in that instance. gerri: what the attorney general is saying is moving to a jail would jeopardize the financial syssem and i think everybody has in the back of their mind what happened to arur andersen after enron, that company went down in flames. if a large bank were to go down in flames, and woul could take e economy with it, what is the solution to that problem, what do we do about that? that seems unacceptable especially since we bailed them out. >> senator brown and i want information on the basis of this judgment. if they are too big in that instance and maybe something needs to be done about that, some of these banks were involved in money laundering and drug money. this is pretty heavy stuff, if you're involved in those operations and you know about it, we ought to at least know who made the decision that we weren't going do that, and if you cannot enforce laws against money laundering, it is pretty bad. we had to get to a situation where you violate laws like that cathat, y
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evening. we have a full night tonight. breaking news, exclusive word on the access that u.s. law enforcement now has to a new suspect in the killing of four americans in libya. >>> also, an outrageous scheme that claimed to help veterans but looks more like one big scam. we'll tell you where it happened and how. >>> plus 62 seconds. that's how long prosecutors say jodi arias had shortly after taking those photographs of her boyfriend to attack her, her to get a gun, flee and kill him. we will see if you believe it. >>> if you think you're watching the skydiver plummet to his death, that is exactly what his dive partner thought at the time. the man who fell to earth at great speed lived and joins us to tell what it's like when you think you're about to die. >>> we begin with the breaking news. exclusive new details on the suspect in the benghazi attack. we already know libyan authorities have picked up this man, the libyan native, one of about a dozen people they are ek focusing on. he is the only known suspect being held in connection with the terror attack that claimed four amer
county believe is that law enforcement treat crimes and investigations differently, depending on the color of the victim's skin. last summer in rural panola county, johnny lee butts, a 61-year-old black man, walking far off the shoulder of this road, was deliberately run over and killed by a car carrying three white teens. the driver told police he thought he hit a deer. his two passengers both say the 18-year-old driver steered straight for him. the driver's charged with murder. the d.a. though says there's no evidence to suggest a rainal motive. johnny butts' brother says the white local law enforcement simply don't want to know the truth. do you believe that the sheriff and the district attorney don't want to or are afraid to know the truth? >> i think they don't want to. they don't want to push that issue. >> they don't want to push race? >> i actually believe that, that they don't want to push that issue. >> reporter: that belief was confirmed to fred butts just days after his brother's death. these boys walking on the side of the road say she watched as a white jeep with
it. >> reporter: what blacks in this rural mississippi county believe is that law enforcement treat crimes and investigations differently, depending on the color of the victim's skin. last summer in rural panola county, johnny lee butts, a 61-year-old black man, walking far off the shoulder of this road, was deliberately run over and killed by a car carrying three white teens. the driver told police he thought he hit a deer. his two passengers both say the 18-year-old driver steered straight for him. the driver's charged with murder. the d.a. though says there's no evidence to suggest a racial motive. johnny butts' brother says the white local law enforcement simply don't want to know the truth. do you believe that the sheriff and the district attorney don't want to or are afraid to know the truth? >> i think they don't want to. they don't want to push that issue. >> they don't want to push race? >> i actually believe that, that they don't want to push that issue. >> reporter: that belief was confirmed to fred butts just days after his brother's death. these boys walking on the side
and there are similarities and the one similarity on this trading floor is look at the gm bankruptcy in the rule of law in the pecking order of financial liabilities, are there similarities? does it rhyme? there's definitely a little anxiety here and how it works is out anybody's guess. right now safety doesn't seem to be as rampant as one would expect. look at a two-day chart of ten and certainly we're down a handful of basis points, but if you open the chart up year to date you can see the pattern and it hasn't been violated that much and we're in a seven-week low yield and look at the backyard of cyprus and you see a different picture and these are ten-year booms and look at year to date and we're making new year to date low yield on the boom because the comp is it's under 140 close on december 31st. let's switch gears here. let's look at a november 1st start date to the euro. you can see that the euro right now is hovering at the lowest levels based on the close that we don't yet know about december 7th. pearl harbor day and it was comping back to november because it isn't on its lowest levels. if
of time. and republicans should say they're not if favor of the law and who is the guy who laughs in the background? and that's canned laughter, clemente, kind of what they do on ""i love lucy"" we can't afford the entire audience laugh so we've got one person that laughs. press that button. (laughter) see, i told you. the factor tip of the day. one of the most common phrases in the english language is i'm sorry. we all say it because we all do things that aren't good. the problem is it's not enough to say i'm sorry, and children especially need to learn that. if you do something bad to another person, you need to make amends as well as apologize. so, here is the factor tip of the day, think back over the last few weeks and months and if you've hurt somebody, even if you've apologized, try to make it up to them in a concrete way. and going forward, i'm sorry should always be accompanied by some form of restitution. that will automatically make you a person with class. factor tip of the day. and that's it for us tonight. please check out the fox news factor website is different fro
the residence from the family member. >> shepard: this t. comes as the governor signs tough new gun control laws. tonight, a killing and a controversy. >> shepard: but first from fox this wednesday night, the president comes during tense times in a region that offensive dances on the brink of war. and it comes as iran works towards a nuclear weapon. and as we try to determine whether the government of syria has already deployed chemical weapons against its own people. because, in the words of our president, that would be a game changer. >> we have to make sure that we know exactly what happened, what was the nature of the incident, that what can we document? what can we prove. i have instructed my teams to work closely with all of the countries in the region and international organizations and institutions. to find out precisely whether or not this red line was crossed. >> shepard: talk of syria dominated much of the president's news conference in jerusalem this afternoon. he spoke alongside benjamin netanyahu. just a day after both the syrian regime and the syrian rebels accused each other of d
's financial crimes enforcement network. under existing law banks and other financial institutions are required to file reports anytime they red flag suspicious activity such as the movement of more than $10,000 in a single transaction, unusual structuring of accounts and so forth. the fbi enjoys full access to these report, but the nation's intelligence agencies must make case-by-case requests for them. this new document proposes the database be linked directly to the nation's intention agencies. for these reports to be of value in detecting money laundering, reuters quotes the treasury document as saying. >> reporter: when the director of national intelligence, general james clapper, testified before congress on tuesday, he said money laundering measures more than a trillion dollars a year, and he lamented deficiencies in our ability to track it all saying inadequate anti-money laundering regulations and lax enforcement of existing ones are challenging international law enforcement efforts. and general clapper, it'ses also worth noting, put financial crimes right alongside cyber warfare as, q
at this saying, this time it's about the russian oligard. but if you don't follow some rule of law on these -- >> one more thing, barclay's, one of the few houses putting out research over the weekend put out this bar chart to show the size of the relative costs of banks bailing out the banking system based on gdp. look at cyprus. it is so outside. ireland comes next and greece. spain, italy. they don't even come close. there's 600 billion euros of senior debt in italy. >> three practical questions. first, there's a bank holiday today. there's a bank holiday technically tomorrow. >> probably. >> if you want to get your money out of cyprus, you can't. >> impossible. >> two, when there was a crisis in -- when we thought there was a true crisis going on in italy and spain, corporationes and some institutional investors put their money in, but retail did not for the most part. so what happens in cypress and what happens across the board? even in the u.s. whether we have -- it's called runs. >> why do you touch anybody under the insurance level, though? >> i agree. that's where the writ
they did to law enforcement. he was telling priests not to come back to los angeles because they might be then subjected to lawsuits or subjected to law enforcement. you are saying you believe most cardinals, most people in leadership positions were counseling priests the same thing? >> i think when cardinal mahoney spoke of his behavior in the '80s and he was sincere, he said he did not know how to deal with pedophiles and didn't know how to deal with the priests. most issues he spoke of in public, most have not been confronted with and have not been told you deal with the issues you covered up. in my work in the media, 11 years i worked in roman catholic work, throughout latin america, most bishops and cardinals have participated in the behavior we are saying he was responsible for. i think it's unfair to pinpoint him because this is something the entire church has participated in, especially members of the hierarchy who did not know how to deal with it. >> right now, here in rome, everybody is talking about cardinal o'malley who went in after cardinal law, who did a miserable job, c
is that? >> there is an aggravating factor alleged in the case. you have to do it by law if you are seeking death in a case. the aggravating factor in the case is cruelty. it occurred in a particularly cruel manner and cruelty is defined as physical and mental anguish. that it was a drawn out death that he knew he was going to die. it's probably fair to argue based on the evidence in this case. there was a hearing a long time ago about this. and the order of the fayle tall wounds was reversed from what we heard. a judge determined it was cruel, but thinking the shot in the head was cruel but the defense said that's not the way the testimony came in at trial. we believe it was false testimony that the aggravating factor is based on that got us to the trial level. and this is not a death penalty case because it was not physical or mental anguish. that she intended to shoot him first. >> ago her story is based on on shot him i don't remember anything else. i don't remember all that stabbing that i must have -- her whole story goes out the window if what he says is right. >> that's
and a full night of news to tell you about. u.s. law enforcement has a new suspect in the killing of four americans in benghazi, libya. also tonight the scheme that claim to help veterans. it looks like a scam. we'll tell you where it happened and now. plus 62 seconds, that's how long jodi arias had after taking these photos of her boyfriend for him to attack her, her to kill him and flee. 62 seconds. hear her answer when confronted with that. and if you think you're watching a sky diver plummeting to his death, that's what his partner thought at the time. he lived. he joins us to tell us what it's like when you think you're about to live. we begin with breaking news. new details on a suspect in the benghazi attack. we know libyan authorities have picked up this man faraj al-shibli. he's the only known suspect being held in connection with the terrorist attack that claimed four american lives including the ambassador to libya. we know what the fbi justice department have not commented on. their role with the regard to the suspect. fran joins us now. what did you learn? >> anderson
, it doesn't there are criminals and there are people who obviously, piers, violate 30 or 40 federal laws long before they murder somebody. and they don't care. they don't care about the 30 or 40 they break before they pull the trigger, okay? so, let's get -- i know there's -- there's people who have accidents. obviously, this person that you're talking about, that's an unbelievable, horrible situation and i don't know anything about it. but that is -- those are accidents or on purpose that you can't get around. but that's not to say that every -- the 330 million americans should have their second amendment taken away. that's where you guys, and i say you guys, the people who are -- have been -- over the last several months beating the drum to demand to congress, demand that the u.s. senate, demand the house of representatives, pass bad legislation. and that's what's going to end up happening here potentially is they are going to pass bad legislation and then they are going to have to fight all the way to the supreme court and the nra is going to win because the second amendment is the se
unwanted guns off the streets. critics say it's punishes law abiding gun owners. our question, will raising taxes on gun sales target the wrong people? maria? >> i don't know if this particular legislation will work, carol, but what i like, they are putting everything on the table in terms of trying to solve the issue of gun violence in this country, which is critical. should we focus on this? i don't think raising taxes will keep anybody that wants a gun from buying a gun. we should focus on other things also that have more bipartisan support, like the background checks and focusing on real solutions. i like this continues to be part of the debate. we need to continue to put everything on the table. >> ron. >> the real point of this, we have over a decade of silence about gun issues after al gore was defeated this is a very polarizing idea. i can see some blue states advancing it. very difficult beyond that. >> buzzer beater, 20 seconds on the clock. outrage, indignation, unrest, all because of this. the cool ranch doritos tacos locos, a much anticipated sequel to a menu favorite. customer
on the back of the president's signature law, which is obamacare, and its repeal. that is $1.8 trillion of the 4.9 trillion that he would cut in spending over the next decade. the democrats say the hell with it. we're going to spend. the united states will be a debtor nation in perpetuity. we don't care whether the result, is in effect servitude for the entire american nation, for as long as the eye can imagine, let alone see. so they lived up to their billing. big government for the democrats. unlimited spending, unlimited debt. and republicans wanting to refight the great battle of obamacare again rather than deal pragmaticly and practically with the issues. dennis: so you think ryan should not have done that where he included in his budget obamacare. >> it's america. it's america, dennis. the i mean the chairman. budget committee can do whatever the heck he wants the problem is he will not get anything done. at some point you have to acknowledge what is, is, and it's a battle about 2014 and future and the republicans sure as heck better be about more than johnny-one-note party that k
with faux fur when they contained real fur. it prohibits the retailer from violating those laws for 20 years. >>> total number of mortgage applications subpoena applied for in the u.s. fell. shows refinance index declined 8% from the previous week. >>> fox sports announces a 12-year deal with the new big east basketball conference the cable network is set to make its debut august 17th. it will include partnerships with the msg and msg network. that is today's speed read. david: well the fed announcing it will continue pumping money into the economy while leaders in washington still can't balance the budget. our next guest spent years battling policies like these when he was congressman. will his legacy live on. joining me in fox business exclusive, the man, the legend, former congressman dr. ron paul. dr. paul great to hear from you. what have you been doing with your time when you left congress? >> waiting for you to call. i'm delighted for you to hear from you. david: we'll call every day. you will get sick of me. >> i've been pretty busy traveling, talking about, what other thing can i ta
bipartisan support for a law that would make the barriers mandatory especially with the new knife policy kicking in. >> you know this question of allowing knives back on planes, it's sort of an issue of what are you more scared of, tsa said a knife or a bomb? they say we will spend all our time on a bomb. i don't know, though, because we know knives can do a lot of damage. >> i think they want it to be easier to go through security, and the thought of somebody having a knife on the plane is scarier for everybody involved. i think the food cart, the secondary barrier we agree with. >>> coming up just ahead, this little guy was supposed to fly across the country, and instead he flew across an ocean. find out how he ended up so far from home. >>> plus, fitting your message into 140 characters is tough, and triadiy adding a disclaimer. >>> and a rainy day there in d.c. you are watching "cnn saturday morning." acne medicine from the wintergreen leaf treats breakouts. no parabens or harsh sulfates. for naturally clear skin. [ female announcer ] neutrogena® naturals. for naturally clear skin.
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and be activist on it? are you going to go home to ohio and say let's change this state law and get rid of the ban on gay marriage which is probably one of the most sweeping in the country? >> well, people are going to know my position. but as you know, i've never really been involved in this issue one way or the other. i have voted consistent with again my beliefs at the time. >> reporter: but does your son and the new experience with your son change that? will you be active on it? >> you know, i'm kind of an economic policy walk. that's why i got in this business. that's what i've always focused on. how to get the economy going, get jobs back, and i spent hours this week in the budget committee. i'll be going back soon. the budget is on the floor next week. and those will continue to be the issues that i'll put my primary focus on. >> reporter: what do you say to a gay constituent in ohio who says, i'm so glad he changed his position but why did it take him learning that he has a gay son? why didn't he as my representative care about my rights before that? >> well, i would say that, you know, i'
and bring down a plane with a knife. we are doing revision as history. september 11, 2001, it was a law the cockpit door had to be locked and secured. there were 1,000 hijackings carried out by knives. there are 50 bombings, more people died in hijacked aircraft. they got the doors open by stabbing flight attendants. before september 11, they allowed knives back on planes. what they were supposed to do was measure them. they took their id and measured it against the blades. these are the blades they purchased. they were allowed on 9/11. under the new law, this one is not allowed, but this one would. it makes no sense. we are going to spend our time measuring knives. on 9/11, we were looking for bombs and the hijackers exploited our shortsightedness. security is going to hang by an inch. if you give a terrorist an inch, he'll take a mile. >> back to you, kip. a lot of people are bemused by the tsa, this particular time, when there's a major terrorist threat to the american people, you would allow knives when you could use them to intimidate and attack stewards or stewardesses and force y
,000 in 2011. the cdc attributes that to seat belt laws and graduated license programs. so that is some good news. but still a scary situation for teens on these roads. >> and a scary time with the number of young people who died in this terrible high profile crashes. george howell for us, thanks. >>> still ahead on "starting point," day two. high school football players will go on trial accused of raping a teenage girl. pivotal role that social media will play in this case up next in a live report. and google admits to a major breach of privacy. what this means for the internet giant is straight ahead. >>> welcome back, everybody. the world's 1.2 billion catholics, there is still no pope this morning. black smoke rising from the chimney atop the sistine chapel. happened about 60 minutes ago. that signal from the 115 cardinal electors that they still have not agreed on a new spiritual leader. that marks the conclusion of the morning session. the cardinals now return to the sistine chapel three and a half hours from now. and at 12:30 this afternoon, all eyes back on that chimney waiting the n
is that he was party to the heller case. he is familiar with the law. i don't think he's using his senate seat uttering falsities about what the constitution says. he was making a case for the second amendment. i think what we're upset about is the tone and tenor he took with dianne feinstein, which is a fair point. >> jamaal, he's already on the winning side. this assault weapons ban will probably not get passed and people are wondering what his point is. >> yeah, his point, i think, as margaret was referring to, his point is to appeal to the tea party base. i sat with dianne feinstein. i heard her tell the story firsthand about being in the city hall as deficits go when the shootings that occurred that led to her taking the mayor's office. i think she does not need anybody like ted cruz telling her what to do. this issue around gun violence, i think we have to recognize it is different for people who come from rural areas versus people who come from urban areas. i saw first gun when i was in middle school, a kid who held it, you know, during a robbery. i think that people who live in ci
background checks and really tough gun trafficking laws. >> in trying to get anything. i mean, what democrats are trying to do right now, they're looking at a tom coburn, mark kirk, looking at republicans that might sign on to a bill in the senate. even if they can get that accomplished, it comes to every week on the show, it's still not clear you can get any of this stuff through the house. there's not any house republican out there clambering for, hey, let's do universal background checks. they don't want to do anything. you get background checks through the senate and dies in the house just like it'd be possible you could get a bragra bargain in the senate. i think it's possible you get an immigration deal and it dies in the house. i don't think any of these are a fo forgone conclusion. to make significant movement on these issues. i'd say immigration's in a different category. i do think the politics, that rnc report last night, rand paul speech last night are moving in a direction where republicans probably have to compromise. i don't know that necessarily means they do compromise. >> th
the letter of the law than in a place like cyprus and the european union and over let issue is the country and seeing whether or not they can back fdic insurance and we don't have that problem at this point. >> cyprus is hoping to raise money from their bank deposit tax because when the banks do open up and they're closed until thursday. if you're a russian oligarch with $1 billion in a cypriot bank account that is facing a 9.9% tax above 100,000 euros you are going to pull that out and go to jersey -- not new jersey, the cayman islands. >> and they will have it. >> they say it will be one time. >> they'll raise 10 billion and 20 billion. >> they'll come back and that's the issue. >> no, they won't. they'll raise 10 or 20 billion in a one-time move and they'll lose hundreds of billions and the european markets will wipe out hundreds of billions in capital. >> they're doing what they need to do to raise the 5.8 billion euros to get the imf and ecb bailout and they'll deal with the consequences tomorrow. >> this is the old imf. when the imf came to korea in the '90s. when the imf came to lat
california's demanding of some taxpayers who basically followed the law and are now being treated as outlaws. >> this notice was the first. >> to brian overstreet, a punch in the gut, compliments of california, a six figure bill for back taxes. >> it's outrageous, not just a five year look back, but interest on money that you didn't know you owed. >> overstreet and hundreds like him got a letter from the state telling him due to a court ruling, a 50% tax break for small business and startup investors was no longer available, and anyone who claimed it in the last five years had to pay up. >> retroactivity is an issue of fairness and credibility for california. >> california's tax leaders say what the state is doing is unfair, overreacting, and overreaching, hoping to claw back some $120 million for cash strapped california. >> the problem right now we have is what's the revenue identified, those folks up in sacramento will spend it already. >> probusiness lawmakers trying to resend the letter fearing high-tech investor who build the state's venture capital economy will flea to lower tax state
be registered overseas and when it's in international waters, the laws are murky. there are guidelines in place about safety but schumer doesn't think that's enough. we've been here before with the airlines. who can forget jetblue's plane stuck on the tarmac in 2007. there was a passenger bill of rights that passed limiting how much time you can stuck on a plane. it took three years to get that legislation going. the bottom line is the cruise industry may be tougher to regulate and get that passenger bill of rights for the cruise industry. carol? >> we would like to end our first block of news this hour with david hasselhoff. the television actor and singer and now fighter for the berlin wall. hasselhoff was in germany joining other protesters in support of saving one of the last remaining sections of the berlin wall. he has rock star status in germany and as only hasselhoff can he used song to pump up the crowd. >> more people down there. hello. ♪ i've been looking for freedom ♪ ♪ i've been looking so long ♪ i've been looking for freedom ♪ >> you stop that dancing. developers reporte
, for example, ryan blasted obama's new health care law, said, "what the bill essentially does, it treats medicare like a piggy bank." by the following year ryan was including the same medicare cuts in his own budget, not too worried about consistency there. ryan changed course again last year while running with mitt romney, the attack on the president, "here comes raid on medicare" became a major campaign theme and worked its way into ryan's convention speech. take a listen. >> they needed hundreds of billions more. so they just took it all away from medicare. $716 billion funneled out of medicare by president obama. an obligation we have to our parents and grandparents is being sacrificed all to pay for a new entitlement we didn't even ask for. >> and yet a few months later those very cuts from a program he called an obligation to our grandparents once again find their way back into his budget. he's back doing it again. i want to go back to our analyst here. ezra. it seeps to me, the far bigger picture, i know you're an expert at the nuts and bolts. but the larger dishonesty, he's showi
the vatican declared that women becoming priests is a grave crime against church law. defiance like this doesn't come without a price. ex-communication means hater would not be allowed to take communion in the catholic church, denied the ritual central to the christian faith. >> and being denied communion at a catholic church would break my heart. >> reporter: but it's a risk she is willing to take. a broken heart for the chance of breaking through. david mattingly, cnn, berkeley, california. >>> still to come, horse meat scandal shocked the world. why are there plans to produce and maybe even sell horse meat in the u.s.? we have a new development in the report we brought from you the horse meat plant tonight. plus, scientists believe they have discovered the god particle, ironic timing, isn't it? >>> later in the show, how did this beautiful woman become the first woman in the nascar pits? we're going to bring you the story of christmas abbott. ♪ ♪ twith blackberry hub10 and flick typing. built to keep you moving. see it in action at blackberry.com/z10. [ female announcer ] from more effi
church law. defiance like this doesn't come without a price. ex-communication means hater would not be allowed to take communion in the catholic church, denied the ritual central to the christian faith. >> and being denied communion at a catholic church would break my heart. >> reporter: but it's a risk she is willing to take. a broken heart for the chance of breaking through. david mattingly, cnn, berkeley, california. >>> our third story "outfront." america's slaughter house. it's not formally open for business yet. we gave an exclusive look at this facility in new mexico. we showed you how the horses would be killed. we took you inside. it's going to be the first horse slaughter house to open in this country since 2006. and it could be a matter of time before horse meat shows up on restaurant menus. tonight we have new details about this facility and its record when it comes to health safety and animal treatment. casey winian is once again "out front." >> reporter: in just a few weeks, this former new mexico cattle slaughter house will be ready to slaughter horses. >> it's go
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